A miserable fat teenager secretly has a crush on the class beauty, ends up becoming the surprising participant to dance with her at a high school dance, meaning he's got to get his act together with the help of his best friend.
Patrick Read Johnson
George C. Scott,
High School senior Luke Harris (Justin Schwan) dreams of just one thing... pro surfing. With his best friend Casey (Angel Cruz) at his side, they have two goals: surf and party! But Luke's ... See full summary »
Story and lines were not predictable as in many Christian movies
I saw Genesis Code in Grand Rapids. Bravo! I didn't expect the story within the story of Blake's heartache regarding his mom. I used tissue at least twice during the movie. Reconciling faith with disappointment, and unanswered prayer can be a bigger deal than the science issue. Blake's acting was superb and realistic as he dealt with what life was throwing at him. I really enjoyed how typical stereotypes weren't used of believers and non-believers. We also recommended it to our adult children and many friends at our church. I found it quite interesting that in conversation how many times I referenced The Genesis Code in the days that followed watching it. The students were endearing, especially Shane and Tyler. Story and lines were not predictable as in many Christian movies. I highly recommend this movie!
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